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GREAT LOVE STORIES
OF HISTORY By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE NAPOLEON III Tin' love story of Napoleon III ami Eugenia de Montijo baa been called by aotne Frenchmen "the romance of an adventurer and an adventureaa." fat though the latter tern is too barah to apply tin its worn mom) tn Eugenie, ynl Napoleon m merited t He title "I adventurer and tar storee, Winn Napoleon the Oreal (Napo laofl I i was crush. m1 and the old Hour ban monarchy once mora away ad PYance. there was n more or lata strong parly (hat Ktill clamored for the reetoratfon ol the Bonapartes Na poleon'a next of kin. in ucceaalon, was his nephew, Loula Napoleon, known later as Napoleon III., and nick named iy his lot's as "Napoleon, the Little " iif was n saDaatlonallati a mountebank, a charlatan, n man wboee word could never be relied on. Tina and time again, us a man, hi' mad" ridiculously ueolesa efforta to per aunde Prance to accept him as its ruler Ha was laughed at as a failure and twin wait thrown Into Jail. Later in' eecaped to England, where ho wan at one tlffic so pour that In was glad to accept a joh as pedal policeman Ho croaaed to America, taught achool 1' In ,lc An Emperor in New Jersey Pltl II iron irden III wn, n J , for shooting B little pig. Which lie i fgrm miatook lot a rabbit. At last to return to Prance, national naaembly h he was allowed Elected to the wriggled and Schemed his way to the presidency of the Prench republic, Then, violating Ua oath as president and causing his guards to commit wholesale slaughter he had himself declared emperor, in 1162, under the title of Napoleon III His empire was built upon a tissue of lies and was soaked in the blond ol Innocent people, it could not endure, Napoleon III . when he looked about for a wile, quickly learned that other European rulers had no faith In him or in his empire's permanency For he could hud m princess who would Consent to mnrry him It was about this nine that he fell completely under Eugenie's Influence Eugenie wns the daughter of nn Im poveriabed Spanish nobleman and a Scotchwoman, she grew to be one if the most beautiful of woman When Loula became emperor he net Eugenic much more often than before and speedily found him self as madly in love with bar as his sluggish, crafty tempers ment would pevgatt. Hut Eugenie held him at arm's length She had no in tendon of becoming a morganatic wife like Mrs PltSherbert, She meant to make herself am pre aa (Hi" day she was leaning from a balcony as the emperor rode past Boeing her there and wishing to loin SAM HOUSTON AND ELIZA ALLEN This is a love story with a strange ending Many of Its facts are shroud ed in mystery and will never be know n A bund rod gueaaaa have been madi in explanation of Ita hidden in eldents Hut the full truth remains forevei In the graves of tho man and woman who enacted lb" unusual little drama Sam Houston, pioneer and son of a ploi r. had beam Intended lor a stoi eki " I"'' He had a soul for ml Venture and loathed mercantile life So as a boy In- run away to the In Alans, was adopted by them, nnd loomed from the tribesmen all the wondrous art of the wilderness Win n the war of 1811.' broke out Houston was not yet "A Vet he Inught with a reckless courage that won htm many wounds not a little glory, and the lifelong affection or Andrew Jackson, under whom he parvod. The war over, he studied law and rose rapidly In po litical rank, from district attorney to congressman, and, within nine years, to the governorship ol Tenni s see. A splendid future seemed to strelch before him, u- was the idol of tin BOUlhweel He Waa the friend ol President Jackson who never forgoi a Mend. He was A Man of voung. handsome. Destiny. brilliant. The presidency Itself seemed almost with in Ins reach. The world was Ht his feet ready to do his bidding. Noi a public ehnroeter in America hail brighter prospects than Sam Houston He was spoken of as n Man of Des tiny, Then came the love affair that changed his whole life. While he wns governor ol Tennessee Houston met Miss BUM Allen, the beautiful daughter of n rich Nashville man Miss Allen WBJ local social queen, and was the acknowledged belli or that part of Tennessee. Hous ton simple, direct, honest., was quite captivated by the girl's dazzling charm and became her devoted adorer. She had many suitors more polished anil better versed In the ways of the world than was the sturdy young statesman soldier who governed the state. Yet. tn the surprise of more than one of her frienda, she listened to Houston's ardenl wooing and soon became en gaged to nbn. Whether Miss Allen really loved Houston, or merely saw how splendid u future seemed lo lie before hllu. Is no; known At any rate she marrU'd Bigs., amid such Imposing ceremonies AND EUGENIE bar mi tin' balcony, he called out ' Mow ran I reach you?' "Through tin' church, only Kit. waa iin- Kiri s laughing retort. At another time ho placed a 01 of Bower on her In tnl. "i would prefer a heavier ct than this.' she suggested At court sin- was ttubbed tigbl ami a i' tiKth she eama the em peror in tears, declaring she could endure hla courtiers' Insults no longer and thai she was going to leave Paris forever This move brought Napoleon to terms He asked her to marry him. Eugenie, well-trained, referred him to her mother for consent This consent. naturally, waa eaay to obtain; and poleon Informed his ministry of approaching marriage, in disgust Na his his aih isi ' sign d. Hut, by specious t1 won the nallon over to id in lanuary, 1863, made wife and empresB of the e was 27; he H Other I avoided tin couple, with i in Quean Victoria, w hose lugonle soon won The ss lifted her court to un his of gayel v anil set the all Europe She also gave charity and visited the Eugenic French. his the except in friendahlp young empr quated hell faahlona for largely to plague hospitals Before long she be gall tn dabble in politics and to in fluence Napoleon to diplomatic blund-1 en that lad to his final downfall A son -Napoleon Eugene Louis (the "Prince Imperial") was horn to the couple Fiance rejoiced. Hut some i historian observed thai no French . king s sou. in . more than two cent urles, had Downfall of the Empire. lived to mount his father's throne. 'Napoleon the Little" continued utter iy under his wife's Influence. Once (according to Mnlstonbury) when sin was dangerously III, for 15 hours the emperor cried and sobbed without ceasing." The "ampreae' party" in . I hTo brought on the disastrous war web Pruaala, which cost Napoleon III. Ills crown The empress called this conflict, "My Mr," When the down fall came she at first thought to ap pease tin- furious Parisians by riding through tin- streets in black Hut among ail her 300 magnificent gowns no one black dress could be found. An American dentist. Dr Bvana, helped her escape in England, alter the col lapae of the empire. There her son and husband joined her Napoleon in died soon nfterwurd. and In 1171 the I prince Imperial was killed in Zululand The aged ex-empress lives on. lone 1 Iy, heartbroken, In Knglund MHM times stealing back to Paris to gasal on the Scene where once she reigned supreme, and where aha Is now all but foi got tun. as the intie frontier city could mux ter. With so lovely and ambitious a wife, people predicted that Houston's, star would rise to unequab'd height Tln-n something happened No one! knows what Hut shortly after the! Wedding the whole state was scandal Ized to learn that bride and groom hud separated Not aa tin- maul! of n ! petty lover's quarrel that could he. readily patched up but that they had ! parted forever Neither Houston nor; his wile would tell what had caused the sudden break In tholl supposedly happy relationship Hut while the bride returned lo her laUu r s house, Houston resigned his governorship. ! gave up his hard won honors nnd gold en prospects, ami left Tennessee. His l 1 1 lends argued, pleaded and stormed in vain He waa set on throw ing away his future and would not tall even his mosl Intimate friends why he did so ' The secret of Houston's separation1 from Ills wile remained a mystery, and remains so to this day. That the cause was terribly aerlOUS may he judged by the fact that he not only abandoned h i Becomes an Indian. career, but turned his hack on civiliza tion au well Journeying to Arkansas, ha joined the Cherokee Indluus, don Ring paint and blanket, living among the savages lot years us a member of their tribe and refusing tn go back lo his own people or to regard himself as anvthing but an Indian Vet to Houston's parting from his! , , . , Wile IUG I linen Dmim ,i-i, nn- nil- negation of Texas For III time Hous ton left the Indians and plunged Into the warfare the American Hettlers were waging to wrist Texas from j Mexico. He freed Texas mid made n republic, iieiiig cluisen as lis nrst praaldent. Then he arranged annexn lion of the new republic to the United States, und wns elected governor ol the state of Texas Meantime he had married again, and his second wedded life Ih said to have been very happy. He fought bitterly against the secoB slon of his slate when the civil wnr began, and, lor his fierce loyalty to the union v. as deposed troni 0000, When the secession ot Texas was announced, and his own son entered the confederate army. Houston Mid to his wife: "My heart Is broken l" Two years later he died; his last gaaping word being tho name of Ihe beloved Itate he had built up ami so wisely governed, and Which had at the last deposed him. Follow this advice. Quaker fiats Is the hi st of all foods: tt Is also thr cheapest. When such mop as l'rof. Flabar of Tata Univeraity and sir Jamea Crichton Browne, Ll. n, Kit s of London ipand the bert part of their Uvea In study ins th great Quae tJ on of tin' Qourlahing and strengthening qualities of differ- out Inoda, It til certain that their ad vice is abaolutely safe to follow. Profoaaor Father found in hia cx perlmenta for tea ting tin' strength and onduranoa of athletea that the meat caters ware exhauated long baton the man who wi re fed on BUCb food an Quaker Oata, The powera of endur ance of tin- non-meat eatara worn ahou' eight times those of the meat rater.;. Sir James r i t-h : " Browne says eat more oatmeal, aa plenty ol it and eat It In UU' intly. 59 COULDN'T SPEAK. t I- d i they piss by. nth keep mum. tn ask lb" reason win' - deaf mill dumb. FOR THE SKIN AND SCALP Because of Its delicate, emollient, sanative, antlacptic properties derived from Cuticura Ointment, united with the putest of cleansing ingredients and moat re freshing of flowor odors. Cuticura Boap Is unrivaled or preserv ing, purifying and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair and hands, and, as sisted by Cuticura Ointment, for dis pelling Itching, irritation and In flammation and preventing clogging of the pores, the cause of many dlstlg urlng facial eruptions All who de light In I ilea' skin. soft, white bands, a clean, wholesome si alp and live, glossy hair, will Hud that CutlcUMI Soap and Cuticura Ointment realize every expectation Cuticura lloi.ic dies rre sold throughout the world. Potter Drug & chem Ccrp., sole pro prietors, Boston. Mass Send to them for the latest Cuticura Hook, nn au thority on the best care of the sktn. scalp, hair and hands. It Is mailed freu on request. WERE NO TROLLEY CARS THEN. Abcl RtrliiKhani 1 tll ynu, my boy. BhAkespeftTi could never havo written a drama llkr yourR. Playwright You nro very OOBBplI mmtary 4hol Strlnpham- Not nt nil Tak for Instanoa, that trollay ear accident in th third act HAVE YOU TRIED THIS? Simple Prescription Said to Work Wonders for Rheumatism. This has been w ell know n to the host I doctors lor yenrs nnd In now given to I the public. "(Jet one ounce of syrup of i Sal saps rillu compound nnd one ounce I Toris compound. Then get hall n pint i of good whiskey nnd put the other two ingrenn nts into it. lake n tablespoon fill ol this mixture before each meal and at bed time. Shake the bottle before using " Good efferta are felt the Ural day. Mnny of the worst cases here have been cured by this. Any druggist haH thoso Ingii dlenls on hand or will quickly get them Iroui hia wholesale hotiKC. It's that 1 want difficult to Con Tinea n woman Ithar women are as good us they her lo think they nre. .....,., FKBKl ) A.V I a AINKII.I.FR r. lle.en Mi-nlni ml W1-n llh.r..uKI..T nun prions in j or niiiMl. It. .in nnr raais. Ali l-ri' l-.lli.".Ul,'i tH'ape.L Hope always goods. Is a line enable a thing, man but It doesn't lo deliver the PILga CUBED IM 0 TO 14 DATH PAn i 'tN'rtsKMTIafaaraalead i" rare un. rate ofli-li'im Itl.ii'l llleisllnit ei I'ri.lrutliuii I'iIo 10 Stu uafnur iiioncr rvfuDileil. bin. Bccond thoughts prevent from having lots of fun. a man rir. C'eriy. Hemant IVlleL firullle nni In.lr nrttie iiiniaclr, liver aiM Ixmeli.. Hugar ruultiU, Oi. i yninule. Uuir u, lake a. ramlr- Kver notice how snvi money? easy it Is not to Th-v m i Thev h A WONDHRFUL CHANGE. From Dady Wretchedness and Pjln to Normal Health. Mrs. II. Orntiso, Mancln tster, la., aays. "For two vents my hack was . a. w i" a k. Rheumatic racked my llmba, day .lit Tin' ac tion of th" kidneye wag annoylngty ir regular, When I started using Doan'a Kidney iills, tlnse troublea soon less- i nd and the dull vanitbi d. The kidneys now m ally and 1 give Iioan's Kidney iilt for thla wonderful change." li member 'he name Doan'a. For sale by nil dealers, let cents a box. roatcr-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N Y. An Irresistible Petition ni now, Lawd'UJi," a bit cmlnous- o. ded quartvheadod Brother in his supplication, "In de con on dat am gwlne m take place I meet up wilt Brudder Dingford aky scoutt'rel wld slde-wblakera been up-sllppin an' up slldin' Iy I Tan volui SOOt: sn dut 's 'round tnuh trailer wife -be nootral, Lawd; dat's all I axes i ll do da real! "I has been, as you kin see for yo' se'f by de church books, a olllah In good an' efficient statt'ln' lor lo dese niar.i ycabs, an' da (udder gen'leman nm a puhaldin' etdab; so I hasn't de bra' n statuary, I. and, to ax yo' tn take mwh side la de battle Hut If '' knin't help, deaa hang o(f an' he nno trai cii yo'so'l a comfabie place in gie shade som'era, an' sad down, an' yo'll sen one o' de peart est Rgbta yo' ever had de pleaaure o' wltnaaarn'. Ann ti A Dig Shortage in Seeds. Fr.. p..ri ali... oaU, cl.Uul sli.il laa inn varieties wheat, n. iv. i ed . ni t bu and rin at' it st.it.-s ef N- bl i-k, i1 Buftertna frum u dearth of seed in . : befure. .i.i. -i.wiik,- farmers In these anil .ii. -i .iri- ptaeltui tlielr orders early : Is in ordtr i" P" mi tin- safe ni we . an Put urge farmers in en. to iin- j.iIiii , kaiser s I x IH. La Cruaaa, win., tor Unit ed ait.) com i ntalogue. manltude of tie- business nf this laniished tlrm can be somewhat .1 when nil" kuews that III ill, II- ira they sell: bushels i-f vlsaant ""ed corn, bushels nf seed potatoes, bushels nf s, sd oats, bushels of sei ,1 wheat bushels of pure, clover and tonn-I.!-. togatner with an endless r other farm aeeda and vege-.-ii 'i such as onions, i sbbagee. ear as, beans, lettuce, radiahsa, totna ret Bide, w t it Co., farm Tin Inns 1-HtlC bars go. Ml , ii" thy mil-, p toes, etc, Tlii'i" Is "in- tUin: nt.out tti S:iI7-t firm always till enormous the) never dlaappnlnt. Tie y your larder mi account nf tin. stocks they carry. Bend them s cents for s peeks grant J"- prise Corn and Catol ansa, Jul. n a Siilm-r Bead Co l.u Croeee, wis. k ,,r their (tie. Ad ll.it Is:, Determining Sex. Mark Twain says that he has always taken woman's pari "For Instance," he relates. "I once strongly reprimanded a woman out In Hannibal, Mo. Here waa the occaalon : Si thin is ii UtUi is ibe dlsptft) niri. ah?' i mM it hr children in toll Mill turdy little urchin in I luppoMa to the oon- -IfillK.s in riipM, (l 'YM' ' " Everybody n ah, dari Magaitne Kin. t Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, b mrf'irv 'it i grnar "f Knifll U gvtr ulirii BHr(.irg Mlfll nd BOinpv'Wi Oi nut th" nii-Tiftit it ilimtidli ihn muftti BflUlM bHQIIM WVW M lt''l M tl'ii (rotn r nit.tlil" ' ' 1 ' i 1 an Ui (lamiui tin y will Jo Is ten fc)M t IM Mod HV run nmltT dt riv fnm UgMB. IUH b t'ltiArrti ur-. miitiufrtur by Pi J Catwy A CDh lit0o. . cfiniAinn n- mr rtirr. anl W Hlnn t.trniny. Biltic ltrrrtly uintn tin- tilinl Md mitfiiin BUrtrr-l of the gMJUM. In Imvln IIbii'b Caunll etirr- Im- giirr yem ir-t the ffnuin. It to tahrii inlinigtlly nmt mi1e In lolixla Ohtn. by V 3 CatM? A Do lBilgBOfllitl Ma fili by I iruaamt rnr.-. pr bottlcw ittkf lUtl's 1 g,aiiiy l'lito lot cuuiufttlou. An Un9.1ll.1nt Outlouk. "Again, the ungallant outli some husbands causes divorce, 1 Gov Pennypacker, in n witty ok of Haul after dinner speech In PbtladelphlB "It Is atualng what an ungallant outlook some men have I said one day to a Mucks county farmer: "'Have you got a wife, Hans"' " 'Why. yes. to tell the truth. I ha". HaBI replied. Tor the little bit the critters eat. It ain't worth a man s while to be without one ' '' What a Trained Nurse Says About Reslnol. I get absolute sutiafnrtlon from Rc3 Inol and use it constantly. One of my patients has had ulceni for 15 years, and Ileslnol hail helped her more than anything else. Sho will continue us ing It until cured. 1 have made nOBM remarkable cures with it. Mrs. Agnes T. O'Neill, Somurville, Mass. An Honenl. Policeman. Judge. What Is the charge against i his man, officer? Policeman -There isn't any, your honor; business was dull and I arrest ' d him Just to keep my hand In. Ileit, Wriik. Wenrr. Wnlcrr I'yea. Relieved By Murine Eye Remedy Try Murine for Your Bjro Troubles, i "ii Will I.Ike. Murine, it ffootnea. iiO'' at Year Druagiata. Writs Por Bys Booka, Free, Murine Kyn Rcineily Co., ttlilragu. Couldn't Have Hers. "I hope I get li good husband." "W ell, keep oiir hands off mine ' Smoker like Lewis' citfar tor its ru-li, mellow Bingle quauty Hinder There's a lot of lint air used In toy I balloons nnd souring aleouattCO, j d. lowei R U and I'-v net i . Pills I Beoauao ot thoso ugly, grlxzly, gray halra. Uao " mswm CASTOR 11 rniiii! - i prn rrvT m AVrfttabk Preparalion for As - mi similalind itK Food and RetiuU iinilhivStoinachsandUiwehor y fSSBSSOXBBBm Promotrs Dtgetlion,Cheerful' neBttndRest Contains neither Opium .Morphine iwr Mineral Not Xarc otic ';w tfOU trSAMKUtrONt Ml M.'. -.,'..'. ri ffipfrttJ - Jti J x tt tt JeMaVl Mm ,4 t AprrlV. l Remedy I'orf orwlip lion . Sour Stomgth,Digrfh6ea Worms ,f onviilstons rPNTrish neit and Loss OF Sleep Tji 5imiic Sifnabmof thk Centaur company, NEW YORK. tt?-' 1 m Guaranteed under tin- f-ood.liHj w Exact Copy of Wrapper. For DISTEMPER Ptiro r-ire fci'l p-ajltltc -ni-aai " I i in trnrn on rfi rwm irran t-"ir unr, n-. . in fin It, 11... w I.. BtlMl ( irajai." Mts'lal kal SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Drsp-rjte Remedy. "Tan," Haul the musician In I renil nlacral mood! "my wife tall in love with me and married mo when I was learning lo play the cornet " ' Are you sure,' naked his friend, "thai abe married you because sh" loved you. or lo make you stop prac tn lug on t he cornet "' Easily Explained. "Strange, murmured ibe editor, "thai tbla anecdote of George wash Ington has never been in print be fore" "Not nt all." explained ibe occasion at contributor, "1 only thought of it last night." Rheomatum Relieved in C Hours. Dr, Deletion's Relief fur Rbeumatlain usu ally relieves severest rasaa In a feat hours lis action Is remarkable. Ii removes tlm rauaa and Ihe disease quickly rilHnppears. l o si (loan beneuts. Jtc, Drugatata, Optnnlsm. Kicker - Iiok how easy It Is for Hies to get in IhrOUgh these M l, ens' Landlord ft, but look boa eaay It Is lor them to get out again! a TKIVtatNO COIJOII II ' m pfrrnanrtH nlM utiiffM i.'i'i AOtn't -" j ftiilsiim will Biirv l Bloit, A .T- l.lM. l.tikTi-.n.nnifi t..r Ibai. boil t st.i ilnipialMs, "ic ',.a' it ml i lJ iKitlli'fi. (H-HHimirit in alwayi calling your nttt-ittinii to tin' unuaual amount of kip thrrr Ih in itn ni'fKlihurhood. to ri'itr a rout in onk dat l.AXATIVK IUi' N' Uuiiiiiii- l-nhlftt Takt I ' tp ' 1 ' ' I T I IB l to .'urr. bHOv h a Bl.itk.tuu ifM BJBV u n i Mc W How nan would kic k ti their v strmk for nn alfbt-bour day. Mm. llinlut - ml IHtiK S Ttli, f orrhllilrni Ifvtllltti aifti-n. i in-nuni. rnqm . i, i.. i- .. : i !.. . : i.'' iiilic. 'ix'a i The crow teatlt make a a rational birti ii nolae w ithoiii cius. Tell ingle th italcT ii want binder t-tr.nnht 5c cin.u. patbar Tim-' i tba lanae was pfobably nurrfcti rOfi KB Ihli Woman s Power Over Man Vnmnn'ii mntt gJofrOUa endowment in the power In awaken and hold the pure and lionet! hive u( u worthy man. When she (often it and at ill loves cm, no one in the wide world can know the heart agony ahe endures The woman who hiilTcri from weak nen and deranjtement oi her special womanly or ganism soon loses the power lo bway the heart of m man. Her jjrncr.it health suffers and she loses ber Rood looks, her attractiveness, her amiability and her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. K.V. Tierce, ol Buffalo, N.Y., with Ihe assistance of Ins staff o( able physicians, has prescribed (or and cured many Ihousauds of women. lie has devised a successful remedy for woman's ail ments. It is known as Dr. Pierce's i-'avnhtc Prescription. It is n positiva ftpeciho for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purities, regu lates, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No honest dealer will advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit. IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. Dr. Plene'n Plmmwmat PvlletM ngvlmtm mnd Btrvajrthen Stommch, t twr mad Hawva. LA CREOLE"-MAIR RESTORER. PRICE, si.oo, retail. GASTQR1A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CUSTOM TMB CBNTAUa MMaWMfl fTT. Pink Eya, Fpitootio Shtppintf Pavar K Cattarrbal Favat prwrmtlTp. n HM Ma I iiu.i.i. In lHtl ftr,l SliHl. al, I inrk ri.uW I .irM 1a 'itl :- Mm InV I 'iniai, 1 fi ih- I,.l II IhiIII P.sn.1 B lliiirn, ii 11 i. i', i, '' ii ' Clmmlmn nnrl BuctiMoloBlBta GOSHEN, IND U. S. A. Bad BLOOD "Tlcforr I began u-,inp, Cascnrets I had a b.nl complexion, pimples on my fsce, nnd my IiskI was not digested asitshouhl have lcn Now I am entirely well, and the pimples nave all dlaappoarad front my face 1 can truthfully suy that L'uscarcta are net as advertised; I have taken only two bona! of them. " Clarence K. Griffin, Sheridan, Ind. Plaaaant. Palaaabla, Poteni. Tann fimxt. l.i ( I. Ni'vit .Sk-k.-n. Weaken "r l.rlpe. lOc. tic. 90c Never Hid III bulk Thegenu na labial starapadl CC. c.uarauieuj la curu i 1 1 your uiuticy . Si27 Cured Riffht at Home t- RLXCTapfODBI thwWmWtt Tmbmil i.jtvaDic IhjU -nippaM anj gin.- ) inthl thjv Irtvijrirate 'rilir1 tiotv Nrnl KM 1lv wtrrv" r.'.lflr : - It H htumi' am. Ncunl(U. H4 it.h', Kl'lnrr ami UfM comiilaint.. Trirt i-nlr I' l" Yrwr m-"ir gftsnffJM il " lilac irr. t.ujtar-'ec Hfnr I an!i eh tale 1 :p(r "if i" mailaH. llaVBl t ft 1 m ffltf fsj n 1 ui (1. CXI. SuU wtiiir lur tnggt u woman. WKSTKHS ELECTRoPOPF CO. 2t:. Lob AnaTclea St.. 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